by Hettie Woehler
(last updated February 4, 2014)
Do you know what the cost of five minutes loafing is? Do you know what the cost of 10 minutes productively spent is? No matter how you look at it, time really is money however you spend it. Who really needs time management training? The simple answer is everybody. Ever experienced how things we learn during seminars, training sessions, and studies are neglected? We don't even notice how we slip back into old, slack habits. You know how to set goals, but do you succeed in reaching them within the set time limit?
Let us sum up what we were talking about. Who needs time management training? The answer is everybody does. What is covered in such training? All the important subjects that we can use to teach us proper time management skills are taught in this type of training. What are you doing while waiting? How do you set a money value for your time? Are you part of the problem or part of the solution? The answer is really simple; you can only be one or the other. Make sure that you know which one you will be. Where to go for time management training? Check with your employer to see if they have any courses that they can offer, and take full advantage of them.
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